The Trip

Approximately a 45 day cross-country trip covering over 3,100 miles, The Pink Pedal Tour will cycle from Pennsylvania to Southern California helping to advocate and raise funds for the fight against breast cancer. The Pink Pedal will officially begin on May 23, 201

Our Major Stops:

State College, Pennsylvania
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Norman , Oklahoma
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Phoenix, Arizona
San Diego, California
Los Angeles, California


8 Responses to “The Trip”

  1. Shelley Bright Says:

    AWESOME!!!!!!!!! What a journey you guys will have and what a WONDERFUL cause!!!!!! Good luck!!!!!!!

  2. Sandy and Steve Anto Says:

    Wow! This journey is truly amazing! You are certainly a role model for others. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and all the families who have been affected by cancer.
    Go Pink Pedals!

    Sandy and Steve Anto

  3. Julie Rockey Says:

    THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! At 30 years young, I was diagnosed with Stage II breast cancer on 2/25/10. I’m currently undergoing chemo with a full year of other treatments ahead. I can’t tell you how proud I am to learn about your bike tour and enthusiasm for this cause. If there is a way to share your exact tour points, I’d love to post about it on my blog and possibly get you a cheering section from some of my friends that live across the USA. Best wishes for a successful ride!

  4. Alice Shands Says:

    If you are coming through northern Mississippi you may stay with me. I live in Starkville, MS and have extra bedrooms and baths. This is the home of Mississippi State University. I’m sure we can get some good publicity locally. Thank you for this effort.

  5. JC St Germain Says:

    Hello Pink Pedal boys,
    First let me share with you my condolences for your current tragedy. As you all pedal through Phoenix, we are more than willing to open our home to you. We have a pool and an extra bed.
    Thank you for pedaling for breast cancer. My sister and best friend are survivors.
    Keep pedaling!

    John and Jill St Germain

  6. Amanda Says:

    You guys are amazing!
    My condolences on the loss of your fellow rider, I just read about the accident. I can’t imagine what you must be going through. I have lost far too many friends and family to breast cancer, so I thank you so much for taking on this challenge. If you do this ride again and come through Chicago, I would love to ride by your side for a hundred miles or so.

    Pedal strong, for all those who no longer can, and for those who will be able to once again because of all that you are doing.

  7. Paul X. Nguyen Says:

    Please let your trip continue on from New Mexico. Don’t abandon it! Remember what Forrest Gump did. Remember y’all started your westward trek in Pa.
    Of course, come across I-40 ’til y’all reach Barstow, where it’ll take y’all down to San Diego via I-15. Then head up I-5 and come visit Irvine, Santa Ana, Orange, Anaheim, Fullerton, and Buena Park before finishing in Hollywood.
    If you do come by Anaheim, Disneyland awaits you. The next morning go up Har- bour Blvd. and bear left on Orangethorpe Ave. I hope to see y’all there as Fullerto- nians will cheer y’all on!
    Good luck and hope that your trip ends in Hollywood!

  8. Prem Immaraj Says:

    Just heard about your trip from my daughter’s blog. She is doing texas 4000. May God be with you for the rest of your trip. Sorry to note about the loss of your co rider. Our heartfelt condolences to his family. Keep on riding for the great cause!

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